Losartan And Frequent Urination

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Lovespits Says:


Can regular Losartan (without the "H") cause more frequent urination?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Lovespits! How are you?

Yes, it can. That can be a side effect of most blood pressure and cardiac medications, due to the nature of how they act in the body. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and hypotension.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Lovespits Says:

Thank you so much for your answer. Ever since I started taking Losarton (without the water pill) I have had this problem. It was so bad that I was tested for diabetes. Between waking up several times at night and worrying about having Type II diabetes, my anxiety was probably adding to the problem. Your answer really helped.

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curt Says:

will frequent unination from taking losartan let up after awhile

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FRED Says:

I have protein in my urine and frequent urination. Would it be safe for me to use Losartan plus as medication to control my blood pressure?

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